I'm new to muzzleloading and have a Kibler .50 cal Colonial Flintlock Rifle Kit that I'm building. I've looked at the Track of The Wolf website and think that I've selected the correct items to order but would like some input to be sure I'm on the right track: - Cleaning rod: 5/16" stainless,10-32 thread, 44" long rod? I used the ram rod in the kit to measure to see if the cleaning rod with a jag attached ? Barrel bore length is 43". Is 44" rod length OK? -Cleaning Jag: .50 cal 7/16" rod, 10-32 thread. The rod and jag thread sizes are the same but jag size is 7/16" and cleaning rod 5/16". I assume that the jag size has to be larger to properly hold the patch? -Ball puller: For .50 cal with steel screw. There's one with a plane screw and one with a brass collar. Is one a better choice than the other? -Ball size: From what I've read the .49 round ball should be the correct size for .50 cal. rifle? -Patch puller: corkscrew worm, steel, brass base, 10-32 thread. Sound like the right one? I've learned a lot so far from all the good folks here in this forum and you tube videos and muzzleloader magazines. Once the gun is complete a local experienced black powder shooter has already invited me to be his guest at a nearby range in Newton, NH for my first shoot. Thanks.